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PARK TOWNSHIP — Republican conservative Jack Coleman, retired Navy veteran and Park Township planning commissioner, announced Friday he is a candidate for State Representative District 59 in the August 4, 2020 primary. District 59 covers St. Joseph and most of Cass County. Having served more than...
CENTERVILLE — Get ready, we are going Hog Wild at the 2019 St. Joseph County Grange Fair. The Fair Board invites everyone to bring your family and friends for an action-packed fun week at the Fairgrounds in Centreville Sunday, September 15th through Saturday, September 21st. You will find great...
THREE RIVERS — The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced an update on construction on US-131 over the next two weeks as part of the reconstruction of the US-131 corridor through Three Rivers. Week of September 16, 2019: North end of US-131 (Stage 3 traffic pattern); South end of US-...
THREE RIVERS — In 2017, Tim Lind of Three Rivers was about to run his first marathon down in Ohio, something he had wanted to do before he was “finished.” However, an accident while trimming a tree at his home in Jones derailed that chance. Two years later, after rehab and training, the 71-year-old...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools will receive two of Michigan’s first environmentally friendly electric school buses using charging infrastructure developed in partnership with Indiana Michigan Power (I&M). “In our District Strategic Plan, we have eight graduate outcomes that we...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine American Legion Arthur E. Stears Post 223 conducted a 9/11 Memorial ceremony on Wednesday. The event was held in front of a large painted sign showing the burning Twin Towers, and an American eagle. The sign was presented to the legion in 2003; Jesse Shears has touched up...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees received an update from the TowerPinkster architectural firm on the college’s upcoming capital outlay project during their regular meeting Thursday. Doug Milburn from TowerPinkster said after the state reviewed the college’s outlay...
THREE RIVERS — A small but curious group of Three Rivers citizens learned more about the Three Rivers Community Schools’ bond proposal at an informational session held at the district’s administrative offices Wednesday. The proposal, which will be on the ballot Nov. 5, will be a 10-year extension...
THREE RIVERS — Elizabeth O’Dell, former CEO of Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County and current president of the St. Joseph County ISD board of education, was recently deployed to Georgia to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian. The Sturgis resident, who is...

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